Chaos and Creativity: 4 Steps to New Creative Power
Wake up!—Be the process!—Learn the flavours!—Follow the fractals! Chaos and complexity theory offer insights (metaphorical at minimum) into change and emergence (“whole is greater than sum of its parts”).Posted on 14 Dec 2015 Comments
From Te Po - The Darkness, to Te Aro Marama - The World of Light
From Te Po - The Darkness, to Te Aro Marama - The World of LightPosted on 14 Dec 2015 Comments
Coming to your Senses
Jonathan Milne is managing director and founder of The Learning Connexion (TLC), New Zealand’s only tertiary school fully dedicated to teaching creativity. He believes that the creative process is transferable from one field, such as art, to another, such as science.Posted on 08 Dec 2015 Comments
Transferable Criteria of Creativity: A Universal Aesthetic
Transferring creativity concepts to areas and activities where they are not traditionally applied requires, among other things, concepts for recognising creative thinking and acting in these areas – a universal aesthetic of creativity.Posted on 01 Dec 2015 Comments
Securing a Haven for Creative Collaboration
Conventional ‘expert’ collaborations recognize only familiar problems and familiar solutions.
Their focus is doing the job right. However, if we hope to design creative solutions, we must conduct our collaborations with a fundamentally different strategy...